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ERIC Number: EJ1087693
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2014
Pages: 5
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: ISSN-1059-7107
How Can We Help Students Who Are English Language Learners Succeed?
Ziegenfuss, Robert G.; Odhiambo, Eucabeth; Keyes, Christopher
Current Issues in Middle Level Education, v19 n1 p58-62 2014
To attain the most academic success among adolescent English Language Learners (ELL), the efforts of all the people associated with them must be combined along with multiple resources. Integration of curriculum content, instructional strategies, assessment, cultural responsiveness, and community resources are all critical components of success. During instruction, strategies and supportive techniques must follow the steps adolescents go through when attaining conversation and academic language. Learning strategies to be used by teachers, students, parents and community members are offered in this paper to keep your English Language Learners from falling behind academically, and ultimately lead to academic success.
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Language: English
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